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Cunningtons LLP 17m
battle over which parent died first decided using 1925 law stating the younger outlived the elder where deaths were near simultaneous:
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Davis Blank Furniss 48m
Common People - Wednesday Jones - Probate Practitioner in our Private Client team - discusses the problem of cohabitees dying intestate
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Michael Cattermole 22h
Thank you and for the opportunity to speak about the importance of having in place a will and lasting powers of attorney. I am looking forward to the next talk in 6 weeks!
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Vintage Financial 2h
Having a Will that nominates Guardians for your children ensures that someone you trust is going to look after them and their finances when you are gone. Contact us if you would like to get this protection in place.
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Kent Berk 20h
Signature requirements may include witnesses, notary republics, and the testator. Handwritten Wills, Standard , Living Wills, and Durable Power of Attorney documents each have specific requirements. This will make it simple and clear.
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Susan Howarth & Company Solicitors 41m
Read this before you write your will
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BTO Solicitors LLP 1h
The Attorney Education Programme Are you considering setting up a ? BTO solicitor David White is providing a seminar in October to give advice to Attorneys on the duties & responsibilities of their role. Book here:
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Traceinline 19h
Faced with an estate with no known will or kin?
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Spencer Hylton 18h
Stepsister wins legal battle over which parent died first have solutions that protect and distribute your assets to children and step-siblings
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Traceinline 21h
Not sure of your options when tracing a missing beneficiary? This quick guide should help you on your way.
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Pan 4h
Ordered copies of wills back in July: "Good morning, We are experiencing very high demand for copies of wills, which means it is taking us significantly longer than usual to provide copies requested via . We are sorry..
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christine payne 18h
I’m just about to go out the door but I will just say this “I am still waiting 😱”
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Sheltons Solicitors Aug 12
It is easy to do, it doesn’t mean that anything bad will happen & you can sleep easy knowing that, in the remote event that anything does happen to you, your children will be provided for as you wish. Contact your local branch and talk to our Wills team.
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JC Wills & Probate 3h
Many people have very strong opinions about funerals - places of rest, free spirited scattering of ashes, burden on others, rituals of respect, etc. When it comes to your final place of rest (or adventure!) the most important opinion is yours! JCx
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Finders Ireland Aug 19
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Katherine Carroll 19h
This is a really good way of protecting assets
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Colleen Watters Aug 17
Estate planning isn’t just for married couples or people with children. If you are single with no children call me to discuss why a comprehensive estate plan is just as important for you.
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Gregg M. Gibbs 9h
If a person dies without a will in Texas, neither that person nor any of their surviving family members will have any control over where their assets go. Instead, the rules of Texas intestacy law will apply - ___
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A W Solicitors 24h
Our Wills and Probate team can help you if you're struggling after the loss of a loved one and need help handling an estate. We can help you with the procedure from start to finish so you don’t need to worry about anything.
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